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Synequin Equine

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SRP £203.55
£138.90
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Formulated to help the repair and protection of joint structures from further damage.
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Product Details
Synequin Equine Many competition and leisure horses suffer from joint discomfort ranging from minor strains to progressive disorders such as osteoarthritis, OCD and navicular syndrome. Traditionally symptoms of pain and lameness have been reduced using NSAIDs and supplementation with Synequin can help in the repair and protection of the joint structure from further damage without the risks associated with NSAIDs. Dosage: Weight Initial Loading Period Transition Period Maintenance Average Horses and Ponies 2 sachets a day 1 sachet a day 1 sachet every other day 2 scoops a day 1 scoop a day 1 scoop every other day Horses over 500kg 3 sachets a day 1.5 sachets a day 1 sachet a day 3 scoops a day 1.5 scoops a day 1 scoop every other day Each 10g scoop contains: Chondroitin Sulphate (95% pure) 2000mg, Glucosamine HCL (99% pure) 5000mg, N. Acetyl D. Glucosamine (99% pure) 500mg, Ascorbic Acid 570mg and Zinc Sulphate 360mg. This should not be used in food producing animals.

Sizes

It is available in
  • 1000g, and 100x10g sachets

Key Benefits

  • Supports healthy joints
  • Provides horses with necessary nutrients to maintain healthy cartilage
  • Beneficial for horses suffering from osteoarthritis or degenerative joint disease

Ingredients

  • Ingredients
    Glucosamine HCl Ash, Fibre, Moisture, Oil, Protein, Sodium, Chondroitin Sulphate, N-Acetyl, D-Glucosamine, Ascorbic Acid (as L-ascorbic acid) Zinc Sulphate monohydrate
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What our vet says

What our vet says
"This is a trusted product to help with healthy cartilage and joint fluid, and promotes the action of glucosamine - vital for regenerating cartilage. Signs of joint discomfort in your horse might include stiffness, refusal to exercise as normal and behavioural difference. Always speak to your vet if you are worried about these symptoms."
John Campbell - Head Veterinary Surgeon (BVM&S BSc MRCVS)
John Campbell Head Veterinary Surgeon And
Co-Founder (BVM&S BSc MRCVS)